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(added September 23, 2020)
Cut out the triangles at the bottom of the page. Sort them into three groups. Glue them down onto the page.
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(added September 23, 2020)
Cut out the triangle pictures and definitions. Sort them on the chart and glue them to the paper.
(added September 23, 2020)
Color the scalene triangles red, the isosceles triangles green, and the equilateral triangles blue.
(added September 23, 2020)
Color right triangles red, obtuse blue, and acute green.
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(added September 17, 2020)
Choose the best collective noun to complete each sentence. A word bank is given at the top of the page.
(added September 17, 2020)
This PDF contains 30 task cards. Each one has a picture of an array. Students write the multiplication fact shown by each.
(added September 11, 2020)
Choose the correct word (your or you're) to completes each sentence.
(added September 11, 2020)
On each of these 30 task cards, students will choose the best collective noun to complete the sentence. Task cards can be used for class review, learning centers, scavenger hunts, or peer tutoring.
(added September 9, 2020)
In the 23rd week of 2nd grade Math Buzz, students will divide objects into equal fractional parts (halves), create a shape with 3 angles, subtract a single-digit number from a 3-digit number, read and interpret a line plot, and compare money amounts.
(added September 9, 2020)
Estimate lengths of animals. Solve addition and subtraction word problems. Determine if a number is even or odd. Use a running total to count money. Complete a bar graph.
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(added September 9, 2020)
This week, students will match 3-digit numbers to their word names, add triple-digit numbers, tell whether numbers are even or odd, count money, compare numbers, and practice repeated addition.
(added September 9, 2020)
On these worksheets, kids will find the answers to word problems, count month, complete input/output tables, find the sums for addition problems with 3 addends, and order numbers from greatest to least.
(added September 9, 2020)
In MB #91 through 95, your class will practice 2-digit subtraction, counting money, 3-digit addition, solving word problems, and linear measurement.
(added September 9, 2020)
On these 2nd grade Daily Review worksheets, your students will review double-digit subtraction, counting money, writing times on analog clocks, basic multiplication with an array, and counting angles on shapes.
(added September 9, 2020)
Find the values of coin sets. Count backwards by 1s. Follow the rule to complete an input/output table. Estimate lengths. Solve problems related to arrays.
(added September 9, 2020)
Play a few rounds of Sight Word Bingo with your students. Print calling cards and two dozen randomized bingo boards. Covers sight word units 1 through 6.
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(added September 9, 2020)
You class will love playing sight word bingo! This PDF file has two dozen bingo cards, as well as a set of calling cards.
(added September 9, 2020)
Here's your set of sight word bingo boards for units 1 through 8.
(added September 9, 2020)
Looking for a fun learning center game that you can try with your reading groups? Try sight word bingo! Review snap words from units 1 through 9.
(added September 9, 2020)
Review sight words from units 1 through 10 with this whole-class game. The file includes 35 word cards and 24 colorful bingo boards.
(added September 8, 2020)
Play this sight word bingo review game with your students. Print the calling cards and the randomized bingo boards.
(added September 8, 2020)
Play sight word bingo with your whole class. This file has calling cards and 24 sight word bingo boards.
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(added September 8, 2020)
This 13-page file contains sight word bingo boards for your students. Review units 1 through 3 with this fun learning game.
(added September 8, 2020)
This file contains bingo calling cards and 24 randomized boards. Play this class bingo game to review all sight words in units 1 through 4.
(added September 8, 2020)
This class bingo game has 24 student boards and calling cards. This game covers all sight words from units 1 through 5.
(added September 7, 2020)
This file contains a dozen word problems. Each one requires children to add or subtract.
(added August 31, 2020)
Use these task cards for exit slips, classroom scavenger hunts, learning centers, or peer tutoring.
(added August 28, 2020)
Read the sentences on the task cards. Complete each sentence with the correct word.
(added August 28, 2020)
This file contains 30 task cards, each with a sentence. Read the sentences and choose the correct words.
(added August 24, 2020)
Each of these 30 task cards has a sentence on it. Students identify the noun in each.
(added August 24, 2020)
Print 30 task cards with questions about common and proper nouns. These work well for classroom games, learning centers, classroom scavenger hunts, and exit slips.
(added August 24, 2020)
In part 1, students highlight the noun in each sentence. In part 2, they tell whether each underlined nouns is a person, place, or thing. In part 3, they write a sentence and underline the noun(s). All sentences are farm-themed.
(added August 19, 2020)
This file contains picture and word cards. You can use them to play a memory match game, for sorting activities, or any number of early literacy activities.
(added August 12, 2020)
Tell how many vertices and sides a polygon has. Divide shapes into halves and quarters. Answer questions about a line plot. Subtract double-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
(added August 12, 2020)
In the 7th week of daily word problems, your pupils can answer addition and subtraction word problems about cupcakes, cookies, toys, and rocks.
(added August 11, 2020)
Write the times shown on the analog clocks. Draw the correct temperature on the thermometer. Find days on a calendar. Read and interpret data on a line plot.
(added August 11, 2020)
Write money amounts using the fewest possible coins. Add and subtract using the standard algorithm. Write the values of the underlined digits. Use mental math to subtract 10 and 100. Divide shapes into equal parts.
(added August 11, 2020)
On these five Math Buzz worksheets, students will identify attributes of polygons, count coins, skip count by 5s, identify lines of symmetry, tell time to the nearest 5 minutes, and add three addends together.
(added August 10, 2020)
Use an inch ruler to draw lines. Express numbers in expanded and word form. Determine which measuring tool to use.
(added August 10, 2020)
Learn about halves, thirds, and quarters. Compare using the symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to. Use a centimeter ruler to draw lines. Add and subtract ten using mental math. Read times on analog clocks.
(added August 10, 2020)
Use bar models to help solve addition and subtraction problems, differentiating between even and odd numbers, add using the standard algorithm, count money, and arranging objects in order of length.
(added August 10, 2020)
Hunt carefully through the letter grid to find the following words and phrases: Little Rock, apple blossom, Mount Magazine, Razorbacks, White River, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Hot Springs National Park, Jonesboro, Mississippi River, and mockingbird.
(added August 10, 2020)
Look carefully through the word hunt puzzle to find the following words and phrases: Aleutian Islands, Juneau, Anchorage, largest state, Fairbanks, Denali, glaciers, gold rush, Nome, mountains, salmon, whales, bears, and willow ptarmigan.
(added August 10, 2020)
Look carefully through the letter grid to find the following words and phrases: Aspen, centennial state, Boulder, Denver, blue columbine, desert, Rocky Mountains, Mount Elbert, four corners, forest, and Nil Sine Numine.
(added July 29, 2020)
Answer math questions about real-world scenarios related to money and making change, line plots, and division.
(added July 28, 2020)
In the 5th week of our daily word problem series, your students will add to find sums within 5, compare groups of objects, and determine the 1-digit number with the largest value.
(added July 28, 2020)
Add red and blue circular counters on a five-frame. Count and compare marbles, fruit, and weather symbols. Find the total sum of the snap (Unifix) cubes.
(added July 28, 2020)
There's more counting and comparing in Week #3. Count and compare symbols (hearts, diamonds), pennies, and snap cubes (Unifix cubes). Also determine which single-digit number has the smallest value.
(added July 28, 2020)
In the 2nd week, students will count up to 10 and compare groups of musical notes, fish, bananas, and soccer balls. They'll also compare objects using the words more and most.
(added July 28, 2020)
This file contains 5 graphical math word problems for Kindergarten students, one for each day of the school week. These basic problems will allow children to practice counting groups of animals and comparing numbers (more/less).
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